As organizations move from volume to value-based care, it is becoming more critical to measure outcomes. What is needed are techniques and tools that help monitor clinical progress and assess results across programs.
Paul Brouillette and Thomas Idiculla, PhD from McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, share how BASIS-24®, a nationally recognized clinical and outcomes assessment instrument, can be used to address this growing necessity. Together with thought leader Christy Winter from Qualifacts, these experts discuss how measurement instruments like BASIS-24® can be integrated into the clinical workflow and provide real-time feedback to clinicians.
- Describe the value of measuring behavioral health outcomes
- Explain the BASIS-24® instrument and how it can be used both clinically and for measuring outcomes
- Illustrate how integrating outcomes instruments into an electronic health record can provide real-time outcomes data to clinicians